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contents Preface Introduction Jennifer E. Sims and Burton Gerber PART I: NEW REQUIREMENTS one The Twenty-First Century Challenge for U.S. Intelligence Ernest R. May two Understanding Friends and Enemies: The Context for American Intelligence Reform Jennifer E. Sims three Understanding Ourselves Jennifer E. Sims PART II: NEW CAPABILITIES four Integrating Open Sources into Transnational Threat Assessments Amy Sands five Clandestine Human Intelligence: Spies, Counterspies, and Covert Action John MacGaffin six The Digital Dimension James R. Gosler seven Analysis and Estimates: Professional Practices in Intelligence Production Douglas MacEachin eight Denial and Deception Donald C.F. Daniel PART III: MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES nine Managing Domestic, Military, and Foreign Policy Requirements: Correcting Frankenstein's Blunder James Monnier Simon, Jr. ten Intelligence and War: Afghanistan 2001-02 Hank Smith eleven Managing HUMINT--The Need for a New Approach Burton Gerber twelve Intelligence and Homeland Defense Hank Smith thirteen Intelligence Analysis: Management and Transformation Issues Mark M. Lowenthal fourteen Congressional Oversight of Intelligence after 9/11 L. Britt Snider Conclusion Jennifer E. Sims and Burton Gerber Contributors
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Intelligence service -- United States.